Lloret de Mar

Lloret de Mar is a town with over 1000 years of history. Through the years Lloret has developed into an important tourist destination, dynamic and modern, a pioneer of the booming tourism in the 1950’s

Beaches

Beaches and leisure activities

Lloret de Mar is an ideal place from which to enjoy the Costa Brava and its beaches. Lloret has several beaches and coves surrounded by rocky cliffs and Mediterranean pines, the typical landscape of the Costa Brava.

Here is a list of the beaches, from north to south, with a brief description of each:
Cala Canyelles

Cala Canyelles

This beach has been awarded a Blue Flag. It has a little port and a Boat Club. It is the furthest beach from the town centre and it is reached by the road that goes to Tossa de Mar. It is about the same length as Santa Cristina beach. Canyelles is notable for having Lloret de Mar’s only port. Cala Canyelles has the coarse, white sand characteristic of most beaches in Lloret and on the Costa Brava. Look up, and you will see the surrounding cliff tops populated by pine trees.

Sa Caleta Beach

Sa Caleta Beach

Adjacent to Lloret beach, it is overlooked by a castle which affords wonderful views.
Lloret Beach

Lloret Beach

Stretching along more than 1.5km of coastline, it is the town’s longest beach, hence its name. It is located right in Lloret and has parking facilities a short walk from the beach. (Certifications: Blue Flag)

Fenals Beach

Fenals Beach

Lined by hotels and apartments, Fenals is Lloret de Mar’s second beach. Fenals is situated in a bay sheltered from the wind by a hill that separates it from the town and from Lloret beach. (Certifications: Q, Blue Flag).
Cala Boadella

Cala Boadella

The main attraction of this 250 metre long beach is its tranquillity. Here, visitors will find a virtually untouched landscape. Cala Sa Boadella combines the clear waters of the smaller coves of the Costa Brava with the space of the larger beaches. Like all the other beaches in Lloret, Sa Boadella carries the EU’s Blue Flag.

Sa Boadella beach is less accessible, which makes it quieter and ideal for those who want to escape the noise and find some peace and quiet. To get to Sa Boadella, one must leave the car on the side of the road that goes up to the chapel of Santa Cristina and walk along an unpaved path for 200 metres, which leads to the beach.
Santa Cristina Beach

Santa Cristina Beach

Its privileged position between two hills protects it from the winds and the waves, so its waters are always calm. Santa Cristina is reached from the little chapel from which it gets its name and closet o which there is a car park. The path that goes down on the left of the chapel to the beach is just a taster of what you will find. The sandy path that winds its way under the shade of the trees to the sound of birdsong and lapping waves will take you to a sandy beach that is less than 500 metres long.

Treumal Beach

Treumal Beach

The two big rock sitting at the right of Santa Cristina beach form a gateway to Cala Treumal. This little beach is surrounded by dense vegetation that gives it a more untouched feel. Its strong slope means that Treumal has larger waves. This beach can also be reached from the chapel.
Services at Lloret Beach

Services at Lloret Beach

Lloret de Mar has received four blue flags. The Blue Flag beaches are: Lloret, Fenals beach, Cala Sa Boadella and the beach of Santa Cristina.

Services
Toilets adapted for disabled persons who have diaper changers.
Hot footbaths and showers equipped with facilities for disabled persons.
Ramp wheelchair access to disabled persons.
Amphibious chair.
Service desk.
Clean water (collection of floating solids) and analyzed
Servicing and maintenance of facilities and equipment on the beaches
Bathing service and support to disabled persons
Changing adapted for people with reduced mobility and shaded area.


The beaches of Catalonia in your hand

The beaches of Catalonia in your hand

The Generalitat (Government) of Catalonia offers to the beaches users a new application that gives information about 300 Catalan beaches.

Current status
Water quality, safety flag, presence of jellyfish, weather and sea conditions and warnings of possible incidents

Features and services
Physical and environmental characteristics of the beach, inventory of equipment and services, photo gallery.

Easy use
Simple as surfing with your finger. Also available in seven languages: Catalan, Spanish, English, French, German, Italian and Russian.